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The nearly month-long attack by Israeli forces on Gaza has revealed that anti-Arab racism permeates many levels of Israeli society.
The U.S. government wasn’t always Israel’s strongest ally, but as political figures in countries such as Norway call for a boycott of Israeli goods to protest the Gaza operation, our politicians almost unanimously continue their unfailing support.
U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv (CC BY SA 2.0)
The Likud-led Israeli government doesn’t like U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at all.
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